I love to stamp, and I have a supportive husband and two sweet daughters (9 and 13). I've been a Stampin' Up! demonstrator since July 2006, and what "addicted" me to stamping was my love for Stamping Challenges. My favorite Stampin' Up! event is having technique class on the first Thursday of each month, and I have a Stamp A Stack, scrapbooking class or Stamp Camp typically quarterly. I'd be happy to do a workshop for you and your friends as well!
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I was inspired by my friend Trina Caraway's recent Christmas card swap which was so pretty and came up with this card. I used four types of ribbon on the card to create the look of Stampin' Addicts Sketch Challenge # 61, and it makes a nice sample of our ribbons for your customers too.
Here is a quick little tutorial: The ink is applied to the texturz plate and instead of going out onto the embossed portion of the plate stays on the flat unembossed portion of the cardstock. I took a few pictures just to illustrate though they are likely not needed:
Ink the texturz plate and place your cardstock on the plate.
Cover the plate with typing paper and run through the Big Shot as usual.